Moto Cycle Corporation Announces New Licensing Agreement

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Moto Cycle Corporation announces partnership with Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity.

Moto Cycle Corp. is proud to announce a licensing agreement with Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity.

Moto Cycle Corporation has signed a license contract to market scooters and motorcycle helmets with the emblems of Pi Kappa Alpha. "I look forward to working with the executive team at the fraternity licensing company, as well as direct contacts with Pi Kappa Alpha," said Steve Pedersen," Vice President of Moto. Edward DuCoin, President of Moto added, "We are proud to represent Pi Kappa Alpha and anticipate releasing a product for both of 50 cc moped and associated riding apparel within the next few months."

Pi Kappa Alpha is the preeminent Fraternity in North America. With a presence at over 200 universities and nearly 13,000 active undergraduate brothers, the average size of a Pike chapter is 62 men, which is the largest of any fraternity. Pike chapters across the country are the biggest and best on their campus!

Justin Buck, Executive Director of Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity said, "Pi Kappa Alpha is excited to have a relationship with a company like Moto Cycle Corp. The helmets they produce are very sharp and would be an excellent addition to anyone's office, dorm room, or home not to mention while out cruising the open roads. We are also grateful that Moto has elected to sponsor some of our Pike University events. We feel these are some of the best educational programs in the Fraternal community and are pleased that Moto can aid us in providing a first rate experience to the attendees."

About Moto Cycle Corporation
Moto Cycle Corporation specializes in marketing, merchandising, and distribution of licensed products within the motorcycle industry. Moto Cycle Corporation is licensed with top-selling NASCAR drivers, fraternities, universities, and United States military.

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